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Reddit users this week have been questioning whether Keith Gill was behind Roaring Kitty's recent social media posts. The Roaring Kitty X account started tweeting for the first time in three years on Sunday, sparking a revival in GameStop stock. Reddit users have been speculating and debating the question since Gill's @TheRoaringKitty X account made its first post in three years on Sunday. AdvertisementGill did not reply to a request for comment sent by Business Insider via his other social media accounts. I'm sure we'll the the truth of the matter of who's running the account soon enough," another Reddit user said.
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He believes the stock market is rational — even when it doesn't appear to be. Related stories"The market is ruthlessly efficient, both long term and short term," Lundgren said. The strategist added: "The market doesn't care one iota about fundamentals in the short term. Like any market, stock exchanges determine prices based on what buyers and sellers will pay and sell for. Just because it's taking place in a mall doesn't make that mall an insane asylum."
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Reddit's post-IPO rally continues, despite the company receiving a hold rating from a prominent analyst. Investors continue to rally behind Reddit despite New Street Research issuing a neutral rating on the company "after the stock goes to the moon," analysts wrote in a note that was published Tuesday. Investors expect such a deal "to be added soon," considering OpenAI CEO Sam Altman maintains a 9% stake in Reddit. It also recently entered into an expanded partnership with Google, allowing the search giant to access more Reddit data to train its AI models. Meanwhile, some Reddit users took to the company's various finance-related subreddits on Tuesday to discuss the company's rising shares since its IPO.
Persons: Steve Huffman, Sam Altman, Altman, Condé Nast, Reddit, Reddit's, I've, I'd, Dash Organizations: New York Stock Exchange, New, Research, Investors, Advance Magazine Publishers, Google, Federal Trade Commission, FTC, GameStop, Nasdaq, Trump Media & Technology Group Locations: New York City, Reddit's, Reddit, pontificating
Reddit CEO Steve Huffman hugs mascot Snoo as Reddit begins trading on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York on March 21, 2024. Reddit shares were up 30% to $59.80 at the market's close on Monday. The social media company's stock has been rising ever since it went public last week and raised roughly $750 million from the IPO, of which the company brought in about $519 million. Reddit shares soared 48% when it began trading on the New York Stock Exchange under the stock ticker "RDDT," resulting in a number of moderators and users, known as Redditors, earning millions of dollars as a group. Reddit's IPO came the same week that Astera Labs shares skyrocketed 72% on the day that the data center hardware company made its public market debut on the Nasdaq.
Persons: Steve Huffman, Snoo, Sam Altman, Reddit, Lo Toney, Toney Organizations: New York Stock Exchange, Reddit's, Astera Labs, Nasdaq, Capital, CNBC Locations: New York
This is a story about one of modern life’s least consequential but most acutely annoying experiences: getting a sufficient number of capers out of those dollhouse-size jars they’re sold in. Capers are expensive, so producers sell them in smaller jars to make each unit more affordable. Why such narrow jars? Skinny jars just look nicer, Mezzetta says. As one Redditor said: “I’ve never been in a situation where I don’t decide to just use the entire tiny jar for what I’m making.”
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Reddit power users who participated in the company's IPO made millions of dollars as a group in profits after the stock's big jump in its first day on the market. It's a model that was used by companies like Airbnb , Rivian and Doximity to reward their loyal users and customers. In a reply to LearnedButt, Reddit user friskevision wrote, "Although I didn't invest as much as you, I did make a quick $1,500. Reddit user Reepicheepee made a small investment in the shares. The Reddit user Galactic responded, "High-5, fellow DSP dumper," adding, "Never thought this site would make me money, but here we are!"
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Reddit shares jumped 48% in their debut on Thursday in the first initial public offering for a major social media company since Pinterest hit the market in 2019. Reddit and selling shareholders raised about $750 million from the offering, with the company collecting about $519 million. This year, Reddit said it plans to recognize roughly $66.4 million in revenue as part of its data licensing deals. Google has also entered into an expanded partnership with Reddit, allowing the search giant to obtain more access to Reddit data to train AI models and improve its products. "I hope they believe in Reddit and support Reddit," Huffman told CNBC in an interview on Thursday.
Persons: Steve Huffman, Lynn Martin, Reddit, Pinterest, Klaviyo, Pinterest's, it's, Alexis Ohanian, Huffman, Redditors, Sam Altman, Condé Nast, Altman's, Altman Organizations: New York Stock Exchange, Astera Labs, Nasdaq, Meta, Google, Reddit, Federal Trade Commission, FTC, Companies, CNBC, GameStop, Tencent, Advance Magazine Publishers Locations: New York, It's, Reddit
It's not just market conditions that have Reddit moderators like Gilbert forgoing the investment opportunity. Reddit has long had a rocky relationship with moderators and the site's most dedicated users, or Redditors. In total, Reddit said underwriters have reserved 1.76 million of the 8 million shares in the IPO for the DSP. Meme stocksOf all companies, Reddit knows something about stock market volatility. However, given the dearth of tech IPOs since the start of 2022, White said Reddit's offering is "probably a little more risky."
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Reddit said Friday that the Federal Trade Commission sent a letter to the company about its data-licensing business related to the training of artificial intelligence systems. "On March 14, 2024, we received a letter from the FTC advising us that the FTC's staff is conducting a non-public inquiry focused on our sale, licensing, or sharing of user-generated content with third parties to train AI models," Reddit said in an updated IPO prospectus. Reddit filed for an IPO in February, and plans to trade on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol "RDDT." Reddit said "the opportunity does not conflict with our values and the rights of our Redditors," referring to its users and forum moderators. "We do not believe that we have engaged in any unfair or deceptive trade practice," Reddit said.
Persons: Reddit, hasn't Organizations: Federal Trade Commission, New York Stock Exchange, FTC, Google Locations: Klaviyo
Jim Cramer's daily rapid fire looks at stocks in the news outside the CNBC Investing Club portfolio. Reddit: The social media firm plans to raise up to $748 million through its upcoming initial public offering, Bloomberg News reported. "I think Reddit, if they place the deal correctly with Redditors, will go higher," Jim Cramer said, noting Morgan Stanley is one of the investment banks working on the deal. In discussing the deal, Cramer shined a spotlight on Coterra Energy, an oil-and-gas firm in the Club's portfolio. "I think Coterra is a stock that can go to $35 [per share] without an issue," Cramer said.
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New York CNN —Reddit on Monday said it expects to price shares between $31 and $34 each when it makes its long-anticipated initial public offering, which will make it the first social media company to go public in years. Reddit, along with some existing stockholders, plans to offer 22 million shares of the company’s Class A stock, meaning the IPO could raise as much as $748 million from those shares, according to an updated prospectus. Reddit itself expects to earn approximately $450 million in proceeds from the IPO, if shares are priced at the midpoint of its expected range. Reddit is taking the unusual step of giving a portion of those users the opportunity to become shareholders by reserving 8% of its IPO shares, or 1.76 million shares, for its most loyal Redditors. The company has acknowledged that “Redditors’ participation in this offering could result in increased volatility” in its stock price.
Persons: Reddit Organizations: New, New York CNN Locations: New York, IPOs
Reddit to raise nearly $750 million in upcoming IPO
  + stars: | 2024-03-11 | by ( Jonathan Vanian | In | ) www.cnbc.com   time to read: +2 min
Reddit aims to raise up to $748 million as part of its upcoming IPO, in which the social media company is seeking a valuation of about to $6.5 billion. The company plans to sell about 22 million shares between a range of $31 to $34 per share, according to a corporate filing released Monday. Investors are closely watching Reddit's upcoming IPO, which will be this year's first major tech stock launch and the first social media IPO since Pinterest went public in 2019. Reddit's annual sales in 2023 were $804 million, which was a 20% year-over-year increase from $666.7 million, according to the company's S-1 filing. It also recorded a net loss of $90.8 million for 2023, which was narrower than the $158.6 million net loss it logged in 2022.
Persons: Reddit, Redditors, Pinterest, Sam Altman Organizations: New York Stock Exchange, Securities and Exchange Commission, Tencent, Advance Magazine Publishers Locations: Los Angeles , California
Companies with upcoming IPOs can offer directed share programs to qualifying groups of retail investors to buy IPO stock. Rather than buying shares through a broker, a directed share program allows investors to buy IPO stock directly from the company. AdvertisementCompanies may offer a directed share program to employees, vendors, or, in Reddit's case, loyal users and moderators. The risk involved with directed share programsOne of the risks associated with directed share programs is that a DSP may harm the company's IPO by causing the IPO value to inflate. How to participate in Reddit's directed share programReddit began rolling out directed share program pre-registration invitations to certain users and moderators on February 22, 2024.
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There's nothing like a moribund IPO market to create a pleasant backdrop for a bull run. Hot on the heels of the Reddit deal is the expiration of the IPO lockup period for Arm Holdings on March 12. I thought it might occur after the successful Arm deal, but like so many nascent attempts to revive the IPO market there was nothing worth following up with until the Reddit deal. This brings me back to the IPO market. As a subscriber to the CNBC Investing Club with Jim Cramer, you will receive a trade alert before Jim makes a trade.
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Reddit is seeking a valuation of up to $6.5 billion in its upcoming IPO, according to a person familiar with the matter. The Wall Street Journal was first to report on the expected range and valuation. Employees will be allowed to sell Reddit stock during the offering, the source added. Reddit had a private market valuation of $10 billion when it last raised a funding round of $1.3 billion in 2021, according to PitchBook. Reddit's IPO will represent the first major tech offering of the year and the first social media IPO since Pinterest's Wall Street debut in 2019.
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The IPO direct share program will be open to adult US Reddit users with accounts created on or before January 1, 2024, who are not current or former Reddit employees. Reddit has not yet set the price at which shares will be listed in its IPO. Reddit is set to be the first major social media company to IPO in years. While somewhat unusual, offering users the opportunity to invest in its IPO makes sense for Reddit, a platform with a community of users famously — some might say infamously — interested in investing. “As with any investment opportunity, you should make an individual decision based on your own personal circumstances and risk tolerance,” Reddit said in an email inviting eligible users to participate in the IPO.
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ImageReddit’s bet on RedditorsReddit is the latest company set to test the uncertain I.P.O. market, after the unprofitable social media company built around an avid community of newshounds, cryptocurrency devotees and reality TV fans filed to go public. The company is seeking a valuation of at least $5 billion and DealBook sifted through its prospectus to figure out its pitch to investors. demand that’s fueling a global stock market rally. But whether that’s enough to push Reddit to become profitable is a big question hanging over the listing.
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The platform's listing, expected next month, would be the largest IPO by a social media company since Pinterest in 2019. That means some are wondering why Reddit has waited until now to make its move, but AI might have something to do with it. Reddit also listed data licensing and AI training as part of its income streams. "We are going public to advance our mission and become a stronger company," he said in a founder's letter included in the prospectus. AdvertisementRepresentatives for Reddit did not immediately respond to a request for comment from BI, made outside normal working hours.
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The move would make Reddit the first major social media company to go public since Snapchat in 2017. In its 18 years as an online social hub, Reddit has seen enormous growth, occasional controversy and even market-shifting stunts. Reddit users often post anonymously in these forums, discussing everything from memes to major news events. Steve Huffman, CEO of Reddit attends Variety & Reddit An Evening With Future Makers at Wynn Las Vegas on January 05, 2023 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Still, the incident helped draw attention to the power of Reddit communities.
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As Reddit prepares to go public, the social-media company issued an unusual warning to investors. AdvertisementGameStop, AMC, and other companies saw huge swings in their stock prices starting in 2021, thanks to chatter on social-media platform Reddit. In lawyerly language, Reddit wrote that individual ("retail") investors may home in on the company's stock. AdvertisementReddit S-1 cautions that retail investors could make the stock volatile Reddit S-1 screenshotReddit is offering its most frequent users a chance to buy into the IPO alongside institutional investors. Reddit users, meanwhile, gather on WallStreetBets (mentioned five times in the S-1) and other subreddits, where many posters are bearish about the company's upcoming IPO.
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Reddit unveiled how users will qualify for priority access to buy its stock ahead of its opening. Reddit users and moderators will be sorted into one of six tiers, according to its IPO paperwork. One of the top tiers is open to users with 200,000 karma or 5,000 moderator actions. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementYou'll need a whole lot of karma or moderator experience on Reddit if you want the chance to buy into the company's stock at its IPO price ahead of its public debut.
Persons: Reddit, Organizations: Service, Wall Street Journal, Business
OpenAI CEO Sam Altman will be in a position to make millions after Reddit goes public, thanks to a series of bets on the online discussion board company that go back to 2014. Altman will hold 9.2% of voting power after Reddit's initial public offering, according to information in the company's prospectus. In 2014 Altman led Reddit's $50 million Series B funding round, after using the service every day for nine years, he wrote in a blog post. In the first half of 2021, Reddit was raising a Series E round, and Altman invested $50 million. He went on to say that investors in the Series B round would give 10% of shares to Reddit users.
Persons: Sam Altman, Reddit, Altman, OpenAI, Reddit's, It's, Steve Huffman, that's, FirstMark's Organizations: Microsoft, New York Stock Exchange, Nasdaq, Silicon
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